PROJECT—Healthcare, On the Boards

UC Davis Health System University Tower Central Processing Unit Remodel

Client: UC Davis Health System

Size: 9,106 sq. ft.

Completion: TBD

Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build

Location: Sacramento, CA

Service: Pre-Design, Design, Construction Documents, Bid / Award, Construction Administration, Commissioning, Furnishings, Marketing, Technology Planning

Principal-in-Charge: John Flath

Senior Project Manager: DeAnn Splinter

Project Architect: Shawn Lankford

Senior Project Coordinator: Eric Tien

Senior Design Technician: Jinnelle Fong 

Mechanical Engineer: Glumac

Electrical Engineer: EDGE

Structural Engineer: Buehler

Equipment Consulting: Criterion Systems

Cost Estimating: Prime Business Construction

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Renovation of the existing UCDHS University Tower Central Processing Unit which includes the relocation and replacement of washing and sterilizing equipment and the associated plumbing, electrical and mechanical work. This project also includes the addition of a new IDF room, compressed air closet, DI water manifold closet, new rated corridor and update to existing staff locker and toilet rooms to comply with the 2013 California Building Code.

The purpose of this project is to increase the capacity sterile processing. The hospital plans to open additional pediatric and more common invasive surgical units in the near future. By re-opening the old Central Processing Unit (CPU) that was replaced on the opening of the SESP the hospital is projecting an increase in capacity and productivity.

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